Stop Crying Your Heart Out Uke tab by Oasis

7 Chords used in the song: E,G,D,Asus4,Em7,Bm,Asus2

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Bm Bm       Asus2 Asus2             [EEsus]
Hold on, hold on, don't be scared
G G
you'll never change what's been and gone
Bm Bm Asus2 Asus2 [EEsus]
may your smile, shine on, don't be scared
G G
your destiny may keep you warm

D D Asus4 Asus4
Cause all of the stars are fading away
Em7 Em7 G G
try not to worry you'll see them some day
D D Asus4 Asus4
take what you need and be on your way
G G (single, pause)
and stop crying your heart out


Bm(add11) Asus2 E
Get on, come on, why you scared
G G
you'll never change what's been and gone


D D Asus4 Asus4
Cause all of the stars are fading away
Em7 Em7 G G
try not to worry you'll see them some day
D D Asus4 Asus4
take what you need and be on your way
Em7 Em7G G
and stop crying your heart out


D D Asus4 Asus4
Where all of the stars were fading away
Em7 Em7 G G
try not to worry you'll see them some day
D D Asus4 Asus4
take what you need and be on your way
Em7 Em7 G G
and stop crying your heart out
Em7 Em7 G G
stop crying your heart out
Em7 Em7 G G
stop crying your heart out
Em7 Em7 G G (single, pause)
stop crying your heart out

 

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About this song

"Stop Crying Your Heart Out" is a song recorded by Oasis, released as the second single from Heathen Chemistry (the fourth track on the album) on 17 June 2002, peaking at number 2 in the UK charts. It went silver in the UK. The song got to number 76 in the UK again on 17 October 2009. The song has been featured in other media, such as the film The Butterfly Effect, in which it plays during the final scenes and is the first song heard in the film's closing credit roll.